“To Dan and Thank you” by Water Walker – 3.10.23


Entry Submitted by Water Walker at 8:29 PM ET on March 10, 2023

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While I am aware that you don’t know who I am, you can be assured I am your Sister in Christ!  I am thanking God for your obedience!  It’s snowing here now and I just checked into the room.  I was able to utilize reward points to book a hotel for two nights.  

However, without your $10 donation, I could not pay for the hotel incidentals!  Just as I checked in, I received the PayPal donation and the Front Desk Clerk had just ran my debit card, (which I told her it did not have $25 on it).  She was just dialing her Manager to report it, (as if poverty is a crime).  Be assured Jesus is speaking to your Spirit!  

So you can get to know me, I am an Evangelist on the Mission Field following the LORD through his prompting of the Holy Spirit.  I have been on this mission field since June 1, 2009 serving homeless populations as far North as Canada and as far South as the Panhandles of Florida.  Traveling along with me is my Son, an adult with a disability.  The Lord sent us out two by two in the trenches serving the unloved drug addicted, sometimes prostitutes and ex-offenders living in tent cities, people living in dumpsters; homeless encampments all over the Country of the U.S.  We have been empowering them with the love of Jesus, sharing unconditional love to those often depressed, suicidal, and even homeless military veterans who have fallen through the cracks.

What we have done is come along side other non-profits and serve in any capacity we can to reach their needs.  Just as an example, the most recent assignment at a food pantry, I served as a voluntary receptionist removing barriers from populations who spoke English, Spanish, Farsi and other Middle Eastern languages.  So funny . . . I only Speak English, but I read Aramaic, Hebrew and Greek. Lol!  My Son labeled, shelved, bagged and I bagged food donations along side Latter Day Saints, (although we are not) serving in the capacity as a volunteer pantry stocker.

One day, in walked two older gentlemen.  The youngest of the two approached me and asked if I could help his friend.  I noticed that his friend looked disheveled; pants soiled with urine, hair matted, shoes smelling like feces and could barely walk.  I sat with him and did a psychological evaluation during my initial intake and assessment.  He told me he was a POW.  I thought to myself, how awful! . . . What kind of Country is this?  


I immediately reached out to a clothing donation center, contacted the VA to register him for benefits, gave him food and got him to sign a consent form to act on his behalf.  I had him return with his friend at the end of the week and provided the new clothes; underwear, socks and t-shirts I obtained from a local church.  I got some personal male items to shave, and bath him and packaged him with some male depends underwear to go.  I was also able to pick up some shirts, shoes, sweaters and a jacket from the local clothing donation center.  I even got him some clothes and a walker from Salvation Army.  By the following week I picked up an electronic scooter valued at $6,000 from a non-profit that repairs donated equipment for the disabled.  I got applications from the VA for POW benefits and disability applications, completed them and sent them off on his behalf with a copy for his personal records.  

By the end of that week, at that follow up appointment, he cried because, as he said, “I thought because I was a White man, you would not help me.  No one has never done anything like this for me. . . Not even my wife!  She just dropped me off at this apartment and abandoned me.”

So you see, silver and gold I do not have . . . But the love of Christ empowers me to serve as many people as I can.  I have a project without funding.  I have no home because I gave that up to follow Christ.  

Initially, when I was called into ministry, I refused to leave my home and follow Christ and I had 4 house fires in less than 6 months as a result.  My fires were the same time frame as Katrina, so by the time the inspector came to evaluate the damages, I had had another fire.  My insurance company went bankrupt without notifying their customers while continuing to receive our checks.  Consequently, I became homeless and I could not afford an attorney.

So, I’m just a nobody, trying to get everybody to know somebody . . . Christ Jesus!   I ask for donations because I lost my job in COVID and have not been able to get another job since.  I still volunteer all over the Country and I depend on donations to provide for my housing.  I get food from local pantries when I can and I just keep pressing toward the high calling in Christ Jesus!

Now that you know a little about me, tell me about yourself.

Ultimately in His service,


Water Walker


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